Hello, fellow gameschooler! Are you looking for gameschooling resources? Would you like to know the best one-player games for your homeschool? Well, you’ve come to the right place, that’s for sure!
Today, I am sharing the absolute best one-player games for your homeschool. I’ve also included top picks from my expert panel of gameschoolers. If you are searching for your family’s new favorite one-player game, we’ve got you covered!
Gameschooling: The Best One-Player Games for Your Homeschool
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Introducing my expert gameschooling panel:
As a gameschool family, we play games daily. We consider games to be part of the curriculum and value the power of play. Today, I would like to introduce you to my expert gameschooling panel.
This expert gameschooling panel will be sharing their top picks for gameschooling using one-player games.
The 10-year-old’s favorite one-player game
This guy loves single-player games. His favorite is ThinkFun’s Rush Hour.
He said, “Rush Hour is fun and has a lot of logic in it. If you like puzzles, you will think it is fun.”
The 9-year-old’s favorite one-player game
My sweet girl’s one-player game is Cat Crimes. (Read our full review of this purr-fect single-player game here.)
She said, “The cat characters are so cute and funny!”
The 7-year-old’s favorite single-player game
This little guy’s favorite single-player game is Solitaire Chess. (If you are new to chess but don’t know where to begin, check out this post.)
He said, “I just love chess! ThinkFun makes awesome games for one player.”
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Gameschooling One-Player Games: The best single-player games for homeschooling
As a busy homeschool mom to three super-busy kids, I rely heavily on one-player games. Single-player games can help to occupy one child while you work with another, plus they are educational!
This game is called Brick by Brick.
Here is an article I wrote about using single-player games during quiet time:
Here are some of our absolute favorite one-player games for gameschooling:
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Now, it’s your turn. Tell me: Do love gameschooling? What is your family’s favorite one-player game right now? Share here!
I have a 4.5 year old and an almost 3 year old. We really like Smart Games…our favorite is the Three Little Piggies. They still need a little assistance with the setup but my oldest is getting better at it.